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BJP calls for shutdown in Kerala post murder of its worker

ANI  |  Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India] 

Following the recent of one of its activists in Kerala's Kannur district, the (BJP) has called for a state-wide shutdown on Thursday to protest against the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government.

Blaming the of (Marxist) for the killing, the alleged that people not following Left ideologies are being murdered.

Noting that it was the seventh politically motivated in the district this year, spokesperson Siddharth Nath Singh told ANI, "The or the Left ideology has been violent and if you don't stand with their ideology, they would like to differ with you by silencing you through murder, and that's what is exactly happening in Kerala," Singh said.

"It is highly condemnable, but certainly the will raise this issue in a democratic manner and respond to the violence of the Left," he added.

Another leader Sambit Patra said, "A government that cannot protect lives cannot be called a government in fact. We have seen almost every day someone is hacked to death in Kerala. The Government has to investigate and has to punish those people who are responsible for this."

Both the and the are now blaming each other for the death of their respective party workers.

Police has deployed personnel in large numbers in the district to maintain law and order.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Following the recent of one of its activists in Kerala's Kannur district, the (BJP) has called for a state-wide shutdown on Thursday to protest against the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government.

Blaming the of (Marxist) for the killing, the alleged that people not following Left ideologies are being murdered.

Noting that it was the seventh politically motivated in the district this year, spokesperson Siddharth Nath Singh told ANI, "The or the Left ideology has been violent and if you don't stand with their ideology, they would like to differ with you by silencing you through murder, and that's what is exactly happening in Kerala," Singh said.

"It is highly condemnable, but certainly the will raise this issue in a democratic manner and respond to the violence of the Left," he added.

Another leader Sambit Patra said, "A government that cannot protect lives cannot be called a government in fact. We have seen almost every day someone is hacked to death in Kerala. The Government has to investigate and has to punish those people who are responsible for this."

Both the and the are now blaming each other for the death of their respective party workers.

Police has deployed personnel in large numbers in the district to maintain law and order.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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BJP calls for shutdown in Kerala post murder of its worker

Following the recent of one of its activists in Kerala's Kannur district, the (BJP) has called for a state-wide shutdown on Thursday to protest against the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government.

Blaming the of (Marxist) for the killing, the alleged that people not following Left ideologies are being murdered.

Noting that it was the seventh politically motivated in the district this year, spokesperson Siddharth Nath Singh told ANI, "The or the Left ideology has been violent and if you don't stand with their ideology, they would like to differ with you by silencing you through murder, and that's what is exactly happening in Kerala," Singh said.

"It is highly condemnable, but certainly the will raise this issue in a democratic manner and respond to the violence of the Left," he added.

Another leader Sambit Patra said, "A government that cannot protect lives cannot be called a government in fact. We have seen almost every day someone is hacked to death in Kerala. The Government has to investigate and has to punish those people who are responsible for this."

Both the and the are now blaming each other for the death of their respective party workers.

Police has deployed personnel in large numbers in the district to maintain law and order.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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